The Can You Find It? series has delighted countless children, inviting them to look more closely at works of art by searching for hidden details. Now comes a new title in the series featuring paintings, prints and textiles from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. From an eighteenth-century needlework landscape to nineteenth-century Currier & Ives prints to a humorous late twentieth-century painting of a chance encounter between two artists by Red Grooms, each work is characteristically American and each is filled with a wealth of details for children to search for and discover. Among the works featured are Washington Crossing the Delaware by Emmanuel Leutze, Across the Continent: Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way by Frances Flora Bond Palmer for Currier & Ives, The Last Moments of John Brown by Thomas Hovenden, Thanksgiving Turkey by Anna Mary Robertson, Grandma Moses, The Photographer by Jacob Lawrence, and Street Story Quilt by Faith Ringgold.